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La família de la Irene es muda a Evreux, a Normandia. Aquí se li acosta una dona desconeguda i estranya que li diu que corre perill, i dies més tard la seva mare desapareix misteriosament. Aquest només és el primer dels successos inquietants que la Irene, en Sherlock i en Lupin hauran d'investigar. Els tres nois es trobaran atrapats en una cripta secreta de París i amb unaLa família de la Irene es muda a Evreux, a Normandia. Aquí se li acosta una dona desconeguda i estranya que li diu que corre perill, i dies més tard la seva mare desapareix misteriosament. Aquest només és el primer dels successos inquietants que la Irene, en Sherlock i en Lupin hauran d'investigar. Els tres nois es trobaran atrapats en una cripta secreta de París i amb una antiga relíquia d'un valor immens... ...

Title : La cattedrale della paura
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ISBN : 9788856618860
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 272 Pages
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La cattedrale della paura Reviews

  • The Cannibal
    2018-10-17 16:10

    C'est un véritable plaisir pour moi que de lire les aventures de nos jeunes enquêteurs en herbe car en plus d'apporter un vent de fraicheur après une lecture ardue, on sent déjà bien les différents caractères qui s'affinent.Comme des bons fromages, ou du vin, nos jeunes amis mûrissent, prennent de l'étoffe et les futurs adultes qu'ils seront commencent à se dessiner.Sans révolutionner le genre policier, sans être novateur, les aventures de nos jeunes amis sont toujours plaisantes à lire et font du bien à l'esprit, sans pour autant offrir du temps de cerveau à une célèbre boisson gazeuse.Cette fois-ci, on quitte Londres et on retourne en France, dans la campagne, pour une enquête qui va les mener jusqu'à la ville lumière, qui sombre dans la famine, suite à la guerre franco-allemande de 1870.Irene, de par son journal "intime", nous raconte sa vie – mais pas trop – et ses aventures de folie avec Lupin et Sherlock, et dans ce tome, nous en apprendrons un peu plus sur elle et sur ce qu'elle nous parle depuis le premier tome, c'est à dire sur ses parents.Si le début est assez calme, ensuite, pas le temps de s'asseoir ou de boire un café car on va bouger, enquêter, faire des filatures, se faufiler dans des lieux mal famés, et faire des tas de déductions.Une chose m'a surprise et sursauté : l'utilisation d'un mot wallon que j'utilise souvent "bardouchi" que je fais suivre par "de kermesse". Et oui, l'enquête aura quelques origines namuroises… Pour un français, ça ne comptera pas, mais pour une Belge qui vient du Sud (de la Belgique), ça compte.Anybref, sans révolutionner le genre, cette série est bien fichue, agréable à lire, elle vous aère la tête en vous offrant du plaisir durant 250 pages, et, sans se prendre la tête, vous offre du suspense, du mystère, et un beau moment d'amitié.

  • Lauren Stoolfire
    2018-10-19 07:48

    Shortly after Irene and her family move into their new home in Evreux, Normandy, she is approached by a mysterious woman muttering about Irene's mother being in danger before she disappears. This is the first of several mysteries that Irene and her friends Sherlock Holmes and Arsene Lupin find themselves investigating. When I first picked up this novel, I didn't realize that it's the fourth book in the Sherlock, Lupin, and Me series as told by Irene Adler. The concept of putting these three characters together before we "know" them is what attracted me right away. Of the three, I'm least familiar with Lupin. I knew going in that he's known as a gentleman thief, like Simon Templar from The Saint. (Has anyone else played the PC game Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis?) Overall, I liked the story and writing style, but at times I felt out of the loop. For example, Sherlock and Irene don't feel at all like the characters I know and love, or at least they don't yet. That's probably a sign I should read the first three books in the series.

  • Mark Buxton
    2018-11-03 15:50

    My name is Irene, and I've discovered a piece of a map. I don't know what it's about, but two men attacked me trying to get their hands on it. I wrote letters to my good friends in London, Arsene Lupin and Sherlock Holmes, and they've both arrived here in France to help. Sherlock is the one who figured out the map is of an area of Paris, and we now find ourselves there searching for clues. We've discovered the man behind the thieves is called the Grand Master of Paris, but we have no idea of his true identity. Our search for the truth will take us into the countryside, to Paris itself, and even under the city.This book is a young reader's version of the classic Sherlock Holmes mysteries, and it's the fourth one in a series. The author provided clues to help readers solve the problem, but the resolution still included surprises. It was nice to see a female protagonist being assisted by two talented boys. The kids formed a tight-knit "family". The boys provided brains and "muscle", but Irene was the leader. Each character contributed unique abilities, and Irene didn't fit the stereotype of a young girl. She was inquisitive, rebellious, and took chances. Maybe even stretched the truth a bit. Overall, an entertaining book that will appeal to young lovers of mysteries.

  • Barbara
    2018-11-14 14:08

    "Quando si fanno le domande, o si danno le risposte, bisogna pensare molto bene a cosa dire. Soprattutto se si ha di fronte Sherlock Holmes."

  • Barbara
    2018-11-10 14:45

    Un altro caso per i nostri tre eroi, sempre più intricante.

  • Vanessa
    2018-10-15 13:53

    good mystery about maps and puzzles and how to fit both together to find the issue and what is going on. More violence than past ones.

  • Meghan Diaz Ramos
    2018-11-03 14:54

    Siempre me gustan leer libros sobre Sherlock y este lo disfruté, se me hizo muy fácil de leer, me enganché con la historia y definitivamente me sentí como Irene.

  • aem
    2018-11-12 11:01

    still mysteries unresolved...

  • La Espada en la Tinta
    2018-11-08 10:41

    La cuarta entrega de la serie de nuestros jóvenes investigadores favoritos nos aleja de Londres y Alessandro Gatti, bajo el seudónimo de Irene Adler, nos lleva hasta Normandía. Sí los vientos veraniegos te traen por primera vez por aquí, te recomiendo que te detengas. Aunque las reseñas de La Espada en la Tinta son siempre libres de spoilers, al ser el cuarto libro de la serie se pueden escapar detalles de los libros anteriores. Así que lo mejor es comenzar por el principio y visitar las reseñas anteriores: El trío de la Dama Negra, El último acto en el Teatro de la Ópera y El misterio de la Rosa Escarlata. Si pese a todo decides continuar, bienvenido seas.Sigue leyendo: http://www.laespadaenlatinta.com/2014/08/resena-sherlock-lupin.yo-catedral-alessandro-gatti.html

  • Anna Bergmark
    2018-10-20 08:52

    OK. At last. 4 shaky stars. Baby step by baby step the installments have improved. The characters have finally acquired an itsy bitsy tiny bit of depth, and you feel you know and like them somewhat better now. (A special mention to Horatio Nelson, the aiding and abetting butler. He's becoming a real treat!)The plot is as unbelievable as usual though, but I can't say that bothers me much. Even the original Sherlock Holmes stories were often of the stretched and far fetched variety, but what did it matter? They contained one extremely special character, two very good friends and a heap load of ambiance - and that was more than enough. So I guess that cozy friendships and some atmospheric settings can go a long way for "miss Adler" as well.

  • María Parra Sánchez
    2018-11-08 09:01

    Son unos libros estupendos para cualquiera que supere los 10 o 12 añitos. Para cualquier aficionado a la novela detectivesca y perfecta ahora que se acerca el verano y hay más tiempo para la lectura. Son muy amenos y se pueden leer en un día o dos. Además, aunque pertenecen a una colección se pueden leer independientemente y no pasa nada si se leen en desorden (yo lo he hecho, acabe leyendo el primer volumen el último y no te pierdes para nada).http://librosmagicossonadores.blogspo...

  • nur'ainitri wahyuni
    2018-11-09 15:10

    agak sedikit berbeda dengan yang sebelumsebelumnya, terlalu banyak perkenalan, iyaa sih emang si Irene nya baru pindah tapi ga harus sebegitu panjangnya sebelum masuk inti cerita.sobekan peta misterius diberika oleh seorang wanita yang ditemui Irene yang membawanya ke petualangan berikutnya bersama dua sahabat ciliknya yang cerdik, Arsene Lupin dan tentu saja mi favorita Sherlock.biasanya bintangnya bagus tapi untuk yang satu ini, i'm so sorry honey, jauh dari yang sebelumnya.

  • Angie
    2018-11-09 14:11

    Hmmm. I want so much to love these since the characters are so awesome.But a kid? That didn't have the background knowledge to know just who the kids in these stories would become? Really not sure of how much.The story seemed to jump around a lot and not make sense.It's a high two. Almost three stars. But that's all and with the possibilities in using these characters that just doesn't seem like enough.

  • Mig793
    2018-10-24 12:01

    4/5 Yo no había leído anteriormente ningún otro libro de la saga y este me ha gustado mucho, tenía muchas expectativas y las ha cumplido casi todas, lo único que me ha faltado es una pizca mas de misterio y acción, y el final esta bien pero esperaba otra cosa; aún así me ha gustado bastante y probablemente sigue con esta saga :)

  • Cindy
    2018-10-24 15:51

    A continuous fun read.

  • Hillvan
    2018-11-11 09:04

    870L

  • Syahra
    2018-11-07 09:04

    SERUUUUUUUU BANGET. Tapi 4.5/5. Endingnya kurang greget, terlalu simple.

  • Ren
    2018-11-11 09:49

    Pur considerando che è una serie per bambini, la qualità delle trame è decisamente calata rispetto al primo libro.

  • Alberto
    2018-11-01 12:05

    Me ha encantado, lo recomiendo 100%. Tengo ganas del leer el siguiente y ver como continua la historia.

  • Chelsey Pherson
    2018-10-20 09:53

    I think these are cute little fun reads. For a younger age but nice to have a little mystery with no adult meanings and issues. I look forward to the next few.